Marty Matthies

Marty  Matthies

Last College:
Cal ('08)

Assistant Coach

2nd Season



WWP | GCC Championship

LMU defeats San Diego St. 10-9 in sudden death overtime.


WWP | 2014 Senior Day

LMU vs. Santa Clara


WWP | LMU vs. Pacific

Golden Coast Conference action from Burns Aquatics Center.


WWP | LMU vs. Pomona-Pitzer

ZUMO LMU Invitational from Burns Aquatics Center


WWP | Senior Day

LMU 11, Occidental 1 - Apr. 20, 2013

Marty Matthies, who was a three-time All-American for Cal and graduated in 2008 in Interdisciplinary Studies, became the assistant coach for both the men's and women's water polo programs at LMU, joining the men's program in August of 2012 and with the women's program for its 2013 season this spring. The 2014 women's campaign will be his second with Kyle Witt and the Lions.

Matthies returns to the pool where he helped the Cal Bears to the 2006 national championship at the Burns Aquatics Center.

"I am really excited to be here because of the tradition of success that has been established over the last decade," said Matthies. "I am excited to not only be a part of that tradition, but to play a role in helping the program to make even further strides to become the nation's best."

Matthies comes to LMU after serving as the assistant coach to both the men's and women's programs at Bucknell. He also served as the Head Coach of the Olympic Development Program in the Southeast Zone. He took over that role after serving as an assistant in that same zone in 2011 and as the volunteer coach in the Coastal California Zone in 2010. In 2009 he was the volunteer assistant coach at Pepperdine and in 2007 he was the Lamorinda Water Polo Club Head Coach.

He joined Cal in 2003 and went on to earn All-American honors in 2004, 2005 and 2006. He was also a two-time All-MPSF selection. As a senior, he was a member of the Cal team that claimed the national championship over USC with a last second goal at the Burns Center.

In addition to his collegiate experience, Matthies was a member of the USA National Team from 2002-05 and 2009-10. He went on to play professional water polo in New Zealand (2009) and Brazil (2010).


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